Why do action research?

5 benefits of doing action research in the classroom Teachers are constantly tinkering, creating, learning, and growing. Action research is a slightly formalized version of […]

3 types of videos for showcasing content areas

Structures & examples for student filmmakers Many students love working with video. Students can create videos for any subject to show specifically what they’re learning, […]

Exploring careers in middle school

How one school tackles work-based learning “Work-based learning experiences are activities that involve actual work experience or that connect classroom learning to employment and careers. […]

Will we see you at Dynamic Landscapes 2016?

Check out these dynamic educators Are you heading to sunny Burlington, VT this Monday and Tuesday (no really, it will be sunny and warm) for […]

How does professional development affect technology integration?

The impact of PD in a 1:1 teaching environment A trio of middle grades educators from Mill River Union High School, in Clarendon, Vermont, presented […]

What are some good tools for studying hurricanes?

Science app-smashing in a 1:1 environment Brendan Nerney, a middle grades educator at Mill River Union High School in Clarendon, Vermont, explains some of the […]

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